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"I snapped this while Josh was enjoying a few more minutes of sleep. We drove all night to get to Big Sur, and upon arrival continued to hike a few miles to find this quite spot near a bubbling creek.
We were too tired to pitch a tent so I put up a hammock and Josh found a soft patch of ground near some ferns.
I will never forget what it felt like to wake up in the middle of the redwood forest, with a creek below me, and birds singing."
A campspot just under 7000ft at Panorama Ridge in Garibaldi Provincial Park.
An adventure to Patagonia isn’t complete until you’ve hitchhiked & camped with the generous Chilean guides – the only locals who truly know where to find the best camping Torres Del Paine.
13,700 feet up for a camping pitstop on the trek to Machu Picchu.